Crystal Palace player Mile Jedinak has scored Australia's second goal in their World Cup match against Holland.
London is the least optimistic city in England, when it comes to betting on the country's success in the World Cup, according to bookmaker William Hill.
Just 63% of punters in the capital have predicted an England win against Uruguay tomorrow - compared with 75% in the rest of the country.
The Government has announced that a four year goal of raising £11 billion pounds in economic benefit as part of the Olympic legacy has been met in just twelve months.
New foreign investment and firms winning contracts since last summer's events, has meant business is booming in the capital.
The total also includes £130 million of contracts won by UK companies for next year's soccer World Cup in Brazil, and the next Olympic Games, in Rio in 2016.
Met Police made at total of 36 arrests during the operation for last night's England v Poland match at Wembley:
- 16 were for the possession of use of flares
- 6 drunk and disorderly
- 5 affray
- 2 possession of drugs
- 7 other offences including one for pitch invasion
Around 20,000 Polish fans are expected in Wembley tonight for England's World Cup qualifying match. Five pubs in Wembley have been allocated for Polish fans only. They are:
- 'The Torch', 1 Bridge Road
- 'Crock of Gold', 23 Bridge Road
- 'Crystals', South Way
- 'Liquor Station', 379 High Road
- 'Premier Inn', 151 Wembley Park Drive
David Beckham told ITV News today that football's governing body, FIFA, faced a "big decision" over whether to switch the dates of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to avoid the hot summer months. But Beckham said he was confident the Qataris would make the event special, whenever it is held.
David Beckham has told ITV News that moving the World Cup to winter is "a big decision" for FIFA. Football's world governing body is expected to take the first step towards moving the tournament by appointing a task force to oversee the process.